Prototype Casting, Inc.

Prototype Casting Now Offering Aluminum and Zinc Casting Using in-House Tooling Department


Denver, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/19/2014 -- Prototype Casting is now offering Aluminum and Zinc casting using their in-house tooling department for cutting hard tool from steel. In this process, molten metal is injected inside the cavity. It is done using high pressure which is used for filling thin walls and tiny features. The molten metal then solidifies fast and for ejecting the casting, the die is opened. The tooling varies on various sizes such as single or multi-cavity as per the size of the parts and the required quantity. Prototype Casting is the best option for people who need to meet a project's deadline urgently. They also conduct tests for form, function and fit which further eliminates flaws in the design or anything else that could prove to be expensive.

Various other services are provided by the company such as; tool making, engineering support, machined parts, part repairs, and modification and testing and inspection. Prototype casting can be very useful for different kinds of purposes. The company is perfect for customers with a requirement for high-quality castings with a quantity as low as one piece to 2500 pieces every year.

Talking more about the company's manufacturing process, one of the representatives of Prototype Casting stated, "Prototype Casting offers seven different processes to manufacture your parts. The ability to select the most appropriate process based on the design requirements of the part allows us to tailor our solutions to our customer's needs."

About Prototype Casting
Prototype Casting helps to meet one's stringent project deadlines. To simulate one's die-cast parts before paying for expensive hard tooling they are the best in industry. Customers can also get parts fully machined from stock. In addition, care for the requirements of high-quality castings in quantities from 1-2500 pieces per year. They also test for form, fit, and function in order to eliminate design flaws and other costly problems before production.

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Contact Details:
Con 4696 Ironton Street
Denver, CO 80239
Phone: 303-574-0060